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Batter Blaster is the most awesome product I have gotten to review for awhile, thanks to MonicaHomemade pancake taste in the convenience of a recyclable, steel can.  Not to mention the awesome nutritional value!  Each can is USDA Certified Organic, combining the following ingredients for a spectacular final product:


Filtered water
Organic wheat flour (unbleached)
Organic cane sugar
Organic whole egg solids
Organic soybean powder
Sodium lactate (lactic acid from beet sugar)
DiCalcium phosphate (leavening agent)
Sea salt
Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda)
Organic rice bran extract

Talk about wholesome! And they are simple to make!  So easy, a caveman could do it 🙂

A-B-C, easy as 1-2-3, oh, simple as do-re-mi, a-b-c, 1-2-3...


They’re so much fun, too!  It’s just a game of point and shoot!  You can even customize them yourself!  Just add blueberries, bananas, carob chips, strawberries, or whatever else your little heart desires to the pan prior to adding the batter!  It’s only a matter of minutes before you’ve got yourself a healthy, melt-in-your-mouth breakfast with the help of this handy can. 

Batter Blaster speaks for itself! 🙂


You can even use it in a waffle iron to create homecooked waffles! 

It can be found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store (typically with eggs, cheese & butter!).  If you need help locating a grocery store that carries it near you, you can simply check online!  They’ve got a pretty nifty recipe page as well that is sure to please the crowds! 🙂


3 responses »

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  2. I tried Batter Blaster this weekend and IMO the only thing it has going for it is convenience. Waffles come out flat and chewy, nothing like what you get from a homemade or baking mix batter. Pancakes fare a little better, but still have a gummy texture and flat taste. I wasted $4.50 – do yourself a favor and leave this one on the store shelf. If you need convenience, get the frozen microwave pancakes. They are just as easy to make and taste much better than Batter Blaster’s leaden clopers.

  3. hi there this is joelinux,
    I’m from chile, all I can say about that is… awesome.
    I hope shortly we could have this product.
    but you have to try my mother’s “cazuelas” and her wholebread je-je-je.

    have a nice day.


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